Lesson Exponents Zero and Neg

There are several types of special exponents There are several types of special exponents negative exponents x ^{-2}There are several types of special exponents fractional exponents negative exponents x ^{1/2}x ^{-2}There are several types of special exponents fractional exponents zero exponents negative exponents x ^{1/2}x ^{0}x ^{-2}This lesson will teach about negative There are several types of special exponents and zero exponents fractional exponents zero exponents negative exponents x ^{1/2}x ^{0}x ^{-2}Zero exponents are easy Zero exponents are easy anything to the zero power Zero exponents are easy anything to the zero power x ^{0}Zero exponents are easy anything to the zero power is one x ^{0}Zero exponents are easy anything to the zero power is one x ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1anything to the zero power is one x ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1anything to the zero power 2 ^{0}=1is one x ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1anything to the zero power 2 ^{0}=1is one x ^{0}=1100 ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1anything to the zero power 2 ^{0}=1is one x ^{0}=1100 ^{0}=1Solve 16 ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1anything to the zero power 2 ^{0}=1is one x ^{0}=1100 ^{0}=14 ^{0}=1Solve 16 ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1anything to the zero power 2 ^{0}=1is one x ^{0}=1100 ^{0}=14 ^{0}=116 ^{0}=1Solve 50 ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1anything to the zero power 2 ^{0}=1is one x ^{0}=1100 ^{0}=14 ^{0}=116 ^{0}=1145 ^{0}=150 ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1anything to the zero power 2 ^{0}=1is one x ^{0}=1100 ^{0}=14 ^{0}=13 ^{0}=116 ^{0}=1145 ^{0}=150 ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1(-100) ^{0}=1anything to the zero power 2 ^{0}=1is one x ^{0}=1100 ^{0}=14 ^{0}=13 ^{0}=116 ^{0}=1145 ^{0}=150 ^{0}=1Zero exponents are easy 1 ^{0}=1(-100) ^{0}=1anything to the zero power 2 ^{0}=1is one x ^{0}=11000 ^{0}=1100 ^{0}=1Solve 4 ^{0}=13 ^{0}=116 ^{0}=1145 ^{0}=150 ^{0}=1What is the correct exponent? -2 0 1 10 100 ^{x}=1Negative exponents are equally simple... Negative exponents are equally simple... if a negative exponent is in the numerator Negative exponents are equally simple... if a negative exponent is in the numerator 1 x ^{-2}Negative exponents are equally simple... if a negative exponent is in the numerator 1 x ^{-2}then switch it to the denominator and change the sign Negative exponents are equally simple... if a negative exponent is in the numerator 1 x ^{-2}= then switch it to the denominator x ^{2}1 and change the sign Negative exponents are equally simple... if a negative exponent is in the numerator 1 x ^{-2}if a negative exponent is in the denominator = then switch it to the denominator x ^{2}1 and change the sign Negative exponents are equally simple... if a negative exponent is in the numerator x ^{-2}1 x ^{-2}if a negative exponent is in the denominator 1 = then switch it to the denominator x ^{2}1 and change the sign Negative exponents are equally simple... if a negative exponent is in the numerator x ^{-2}1 x ^{-2}if a negative exponent is in the denominator 1 = then switch it to the denominator x ^{2}1 then switch to the numerator and change the sign and change the sign Negative exponents are equally simple... if a negative exponent is in the numerator x ^{-2}1 x ^{-2}if a negative exponent is in the denominator 1 = = then switch it to the denominator x ^{2}1 x ^{2}1 then switch to the numerator and change the sign and change the sign So that means when given a problem like this: So that means when given a problem like this: x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}Like this So that means when given a problem like this: Switch the variables with a negative exponent x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}So that means when given a problem like this: Switch the variables with a negative exponent a stays where its at x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}= So that means when given a problem like this: Switch the variables with a negative exponent a stays where its at x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}= a ^{2}So that means when given a problem like this: Switch the variables with a negative exponent a stays where its at b moves down x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}= a ^{2}b ^{3}So that means when given a problem like this: Switch the variables with a negative exponent a stays where its at b moves down c stays x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}= a ^{2}c^{4}b ^{3}So that means when given a problem like this: Switch the variables with a negative exponent a stays where its at b moves down c stays x moves x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}= a ^{2}c^{4}x^{1}b ^{3}So that means when given a problem like this: Switch the variables with a negative exponent a stays where its at b moves down c stays x moves y stays x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}= a ^{2}c^{4}x^{1}b ^{3}y^{4}So that means when given a problem like this: Switch the variables with a negative exponent a stays where its at b moves down c stays x moves y stays z moves x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}= a ^{2}c^{4}x^{1}z^{2}b ^{3}y^{4}So that means when given a problem like this: Switch the variables with a negative exponent a stays where its at b moves down c stays x moves y stays z moves x a ^{2}b^{-3}c^{4}= a ^{2}c^{4}x^{1}z^{2}b ^{3}y^{4}the answer Which variable will change its' location a b x y a ^{-2}b^{3}x ^{3}yWhich variable will change its' location a b x y x ^{2}b^{3}a ^{3}y^{-3}Which variable will change its' location a b x y b ^{2}y^{-1}ax ^{2} |

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